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Old Posted Jan 19, 2012, 2:07 PM
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It's pure speculation that the public might rise up to protect modern buildings like we protected older buildings in the 60s, 70s, etc. It's not looking likely so far...there's no indication of any popular outpouring even on a moderate scale....
We protected older buildings in the 60s and 70s??

The 60s and 70s were the worst decades for razing older buildings in favour of concrete bunkers.. At least in my city it was.
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